Brilliant Microsoft Office 2007: tips and tricks

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 - Business - 481 pages
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Office 2007 is a massive, expensive suite packed with powerful applications that feature a huge number of new features and functionality that require a steep learning curve of all users irrespective of previous experience. Even when a user feels comfortable with the new verison of an application, many still feel unsatisfied, and feel that they are not gettig the most out of the suite as they should, or are still unaware of many new functions and features that could help them use the software more efficeintly and more beneficially for their job or buisness. After all, something this large and complicated should be able to solve lots of problems and make the user's life easier and more productive. This book is designed to bridge the gap between the users' expectation and demands and reality, between investment and payback, and between problem and solution. Using little-known or newly discovered "insider" techniques, shortcuts and best practices, this book will provide the reader with incredibly useful real-world solutions that will help them get the most out of all of the Office 2007 applications.

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About the author (2008)

Paul McFedries is well-known as a teacher of Office, Windows, and programming, particularly VBA. He is the president of Logophilia Limited, a technical writing company. Paul has been writing programs for PCs for more than 25 years and has been developing VBA applications since Microsoft first added VBA to the Office suite in 1994. Now primarily a writer, Paul has written more than 50 books that have sold more than three million copies worldwide. These books include Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries (Que, 2007), Formulas and Functions with Excel 2007 (Que, 2007), VBA for the 2007 Microsoft Office System (Que, 2007), and Windows Vista Unleashed (Sams, 2006).

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